Tales of the “Right Track”

Healthcare Reform = “The Final Solution”

Nutty? Kooky? Crazed beyond belief? Well, of course… But hey, it’s the right-wing, after all. What on earth else did you expect?

These, I may remind you, are the very same thoughtful, sober and well-reasoned folks that Bloggin’ Tory head honcho, microbiologist, and wingnut welfare parasite Stephen Taylor claimed aren’t driven by their emotions and irrational passions — unlike those horrid, unhinged “liberal” moonbats are… Uh-huh.

I was actually pondering the notion of providing a run-down of “trending topics” on the BT aggregator to more vividly illustrate my contradictory point in this respect, but the exercise promised to be impossibly frustrating. Entered into corroborative evidence is the following illiterate, demented gibberish from Jabba the Roy, the BTs corpulent apologist, “mudfortunate” monarchist and resident reformatory HM PM knob-stroker:

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Need I mention (or warn) you that the man is a practicing doctor? Yet somehow, he cannot even spell his own Dear Leader’s name correctly. And that’s without even beginning to make light of his woeful disappointment with the Conservative-created, fiscally reckless, pork-barrel stoked “defisict”

Good grief.

16 Replies to “Tales of the “Right Track””

  1. Gotta watch those defisicts. Dr. Roy – quotes Ann Coulter, Dennis Miller, and all the other slime buckets on FOX – and he believes them. Na, Dr. Roy, I don’t want you looking after my hellth.

    If he were a real Canadian, he’d drop the HM stuff – we Canadians don’t use.

  2. Nobody outside the most rarefied diplomatic circles uses those ridiculously archaic HM PM BS expressions in correspondence. Why this pretentious, jumped-up tub of lard thinks it’s appropriate usage in ordinary conversation is quite beyond me.

  3. From what I have read . . . this guy seems to get it . . . any of you folks read the plan . . . it seems the dimmicrat congress didn’t. Here’s a couple of questions from someone that did . . .

    Page 50, I read some non-discrimination language, which seems to suggest that all non-US citizens, illegal or not, will be provided with free health care services.
    Page 59, I saw some language suggesting that the federal government will have access to all individual bank accounts for health-related electronic funds transfers.
    Page 124, I learned that no private company can sue the government for price-fixing. Furthermore, no “judicial review” is permitted against a complete government monopoly.
    Page 203, I read a very strange sentence: “The tax imposed under this section shall not be treated as tax imposed by this chapter for purposes of determining the amount of any credit under this chapter.” Do you think calling a “tax” by some other name means it is no longer a tax? This seems to be a persistent theme in this bill.
    Page 272 has some of the most esoteric language of the health care bill. But it looks like the government plans to ration health care for cancer patients.
    On Page 280, I read that hospitals will be penalized for what the government deems to be “preventable re-admissions.” Once again, I know this is supposed to be a true/false test but, please, tell me this: How is the government in a better position (than a health care professional) to determine what constitutes a “preventable re-admission?”
    Page 317 suggests that doctors will soon be prohibited from owning and investing in health care companies.
    The following page suggests that hospitals can no longer expand without government approval.
    Page 429 things get very disturbing unless, of course, I am reading this wrong. It appears that an advance care planning consultation will be used to dictate treatment as a patient’s health deteriorates. This can include an order for end-of-life plans – specifically, an order from the government.

    Seems rather Orwellian . . . or should I say Obamion . . .
    And those folks protesting the bill are from all political stripes . . . almost 80% are now opposed.

  4. >>Do you have a link to the audio file?<<
    No.

    But he once encouraged a developmental officer to sleep with a potential donor…

    Funny thing is that the College is aware of that affair….

  5. Red . . . for a guy that thought the lumber treaty was part of the free trade . . . . we know who the lefty kooks are . . . watch crazy nancy and barney . . .
    Bama is a disaster . . . all the world is laughing . . . but you dumb lefties just suck it up!!!

  6. I can only cringe at some of his so-called “thoughts” made in a professional medical context if his publicly espoused nonsense and anti-scientific rubbish in the political sphere is indicative of his prescriptions.

    In my opinion, the man is an utter disgrace and should be drummed out of practice. It’s shameful that hundreds (thousands?) of immigrant practitioners are frustratingly spinning their wheels waiting to be certified while this fat, useless jackass spends most of his time spouting complete rubbish and fellating his political idols.

  7. DW — Please try to communicate in coherent, grammatically correct sentences. I know it’s damnably “hard work” for you stumblefuck, largely braindead “conservatives” but it’s rather difficult to have any sort of sensible discourse otherwise.

    Let’s start with this amusing assertion:

    for a guy that thought the lumber treaty was part of the free trade . . .

    Really? Please explain in more detail because that makes no sense whatsoever.

  8. KEv — I’m a little puzzled when my friends scowl sternly at me, but I appreciate the warning as I lack inherent alarm bells, apparently. So duly noted…

  9. Ti-Guy — Excellent piece.

    I’m the bad guy for saying it’s a stupid country, yet polls show that a majority of Americans cannot name a single branch of government, or explain what the Bill of Rights is. 24% could not name the country America fought in the Revolutionary War. More than two-thirds of Americans don’t know what’s in Roe v. Wade. Two-thirds don’t know what the Food and Drug Administration does. Some of this stuff you should be able to pick up simply by being alive. You know, like the way the Slumdog kid knew about cricket.

    Cha-ching!

  10. The first thing to catch my attention when watching the winger rallies, was the lack of minorities. Most of the rallies look like a Golden Girls rerun.

  11. Most of the rallies look like a Golden Girls rerun.

    No kidding. My mother told me the other day that if she were there, she’d be “kicking the Depends right off these old crocks.”

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